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Season Record

Record: 12-3-2


In 2017 the Blue Devils won the PAISAA State Championship for the first time in school history, finishing with a 17-3-1 overall record. Emily McNesby ’18 (University of Maryland/University of Delaware) was named League MVP, All-SEPA, All-State, and SEPA Hall of Fame Player of the Year. Grace Rorke '28 (Dartmouth) was All-SEPA. Coach Kosmin was also named SEPA Hall of Fame Coach of the Year.

SCH tallied a 12-0 league record in 2019, clinching the Inter-Ac title for the first time, finishing with an 18-2 overall record. JoJo McShane '21 was named the League MVP, All-State, All-SEPA and was chosen to play in the 2020 High School Soccer All-American Game.

The year 2020 brought a COVID-shortened 5-0 season, but the Devils returned in 2021 with another 12-0 perfect league record and an impressive 18-0-1 overall record. This talented team won the Inter-Ac title and the PAISAA State Championship for the first time in the same season in school history! Lisa McIntyre '23 (University of Maryland) was named League MVP, All-State and All-SEPA, while teammates Maya McDermott '22 (Syracuse) was named to the HS All-American Watchlist, and Lauren Sullivan '22 (Chestnut Hill College) was All-SEPA. Coach Kosmin was named the 2021 SEPA Soccer Coaches Association Girls’ Coach of the Year.

In 2022, the Devils again won both the Inter-Ac Championship and the PAISAA State Tournament, and Lisa McIntyre '23 was named League MVP for the second year in a row. McIntyre was also named All-State and All-SEPA for 2022 and was selected to play in the High School Girls’ All-American game sponsored by BIMBO Bakeries.

Coach Maria Kosmin took over the varsity helm in the fall of 2016, and has amassed an astounding 103-20-8 record with her talented squad to date. Kosmin was named SEPA Coach of the Year in 2021 and was selected to coach McIntyre and the Girls’ East Division team at the All-American game in 2022 in Panama City, Florida. Kosmin is also a Hall of Fame member at both Archbishop Ryan and Arcadia University for her soccer playing career.

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